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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

MR ;H ,K)«ES : (L«» Abut, to 1-b. MiOhDB, St^stj; ' ?;- «;-, »BSH8T TO JBHCHJ^TOi TBC.«fl;TE*H)|, ? ., y iRGYLE-STRECT, HOSfe VALjB ; ; [lEUS to lptlmttt to the lnbatitanU --f Mcia J: fX- -Vale and the BarrimaDiiilritt. tr,«th»i« jre- ; . :.,? .paljdlo«l»ri»tiwii^IllaHbmtchceo[DuiliO:y -.. .' ::-'.'fM eosalto^ioliadla^ydcojI.DentitU, «t KltSctlj ,,- ^s*igga Saturday aotU Tuetdfty following to^cati.* ?; -'^ijSPSH BURBA WANO, Motes' Hotel, 1st SainrdirUL^^t%^% ROBERTSON, Wilkinssn't Phsmiey,. £Bd V»t ;* ? ? . ,.':.;-;;' nrday In every tfioutli. ' ir ?? ^ \^ BOWBAL, Pharmsoy, 1st, 2od, «od «h3fac f'- ' :-; day in month, and every Friday aittmoMT^ ^ . -V: IIITTAGOXG, Outdiffe'o, aftfraod^it^i^N ' and 4th Monday in mi nth. '- ^'^ Mr. Jnoes may In eonmlted at Mom Valt ticipl on aboTenamad dates. ... J0H\ T. Hi HER, -7 2 Auctioneer, Farm & Stock Agcifr*tl^. 'R0CKYIEW,' EOBEBTbWrf^* ? - j-— ^ jf SaloConduoUdUi.nypattoJtheBeniirikDUlrJ^'' ^1 ? Fuun-Cuw D»r»T *xd Bii F^b» roB-eui.^ — ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

General News. Ij.liri' »n-l Genti' Footwear. The beat inekrs and cunnoteed quality. No paper leather boou kept. -Rutherford'«, Bowml. Six aruird Boers, who had eworn neutrality, attempted to escape from Pretoria, firing at and wounding the sentry. Three of the Boers who nude a bolt for liberty succeeded in escap ing. Theotliere have been sentenced to death. The HouBe of Representatives has adopted a new Standing Order, pro viding for I he reading of a prayer on the Speakor taking the chair each day. In the departments taken over by the Commonwealth, there isa total of 11,178 civil servants. During the first five months of thiB year the value of goods shipped through (.lie OovernmentKxport Depot was £141,000, against £173,000 for tbe whole of last yeai . So far about 18,000 applications for old ige pensions have been made in the State. No payments can be made before August ], and cerlificatcs are being dated f-om that date. Early on Thursday uioraing a pris oner, being conveyed by tr...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

?Pcfils RF.CEivKB^irV'JsitalaJa-JBowr'il and District. PIANOF/HOTE, Jj^ejUg.^lftD SINCINC. 'Ciiiiilidarcs prepnred-fof^ollege and U/iversity Examinations in Theoretical i»*^Practf|al«Miisk\ ADDnESd : P.O., 'iJOWRAL. C^*^^^'^ - ASK FOR AKNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTTS [ ! ASK FOB ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOITS ASK FOR ARNOTT'S - '? See that you get Arnott's Milk Arrowroots. Don't ; \ ', accept weak, badly made imitations. Arnott's are ] . . . m.ide by a special method. [ DON'T 1 i for your Children's sake get the best. Arnott's Milk \ \ Arrowroot Biccuits are undoubtedly the best. See ; ; . . . . Analyst's Report ? ;; ASK FOR AKNOTT'B ASK FOR ARNOTT'S ASK FOR ARM) IT'S ? ? ASK. FO.R AKNOTT'S ASK FOR ARNOTT'a ASK FOR AKNOTT'3 MEDICAL. \©Jl. FOULDS I UnZ&* (LOND.) LATJ}#»OT LONDON, S.W. 'TXimNG PURCHASED DR. KL FISHERY PRACTICE, will ?hfter 2}«rSebrubrv conduct it at '''Eastiiigtorf'1 Wherjagnnf; St., Bowral, a few doorstrom %-jf Fisher's present irtidence. ^'^ ' Eastington,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

W.H.WAITE, - THE OWQINAL - Boot nod Shoe Emporium, 'TTAS on of Ihf&ndt stock! ol Ltdirg' Ji igifiaaVt Hf£s and .Shots in the BwjMh Unrict iMfflW from, all at /SYDNEYMK^S. - A/o_^t«*tfjfc«^|^tn npil Out'* BOOTSA 8H0-^f AM TO OfiDEB JtfrfllHI HBAXty EXECUTED. WT ^f w5?ITE, THK OKIGINAL COOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE C. H. MATTHEWS ft/flter and ftipcrlianger. Eltlm^fra (ijui-.hr,l for work in uy pirt ot Oil ColorfSuJ Wall Fnprrs ^^?'kriit In Stork. Wasttr.^rffent, ui Ttrft letta Ornaments. SHOP -^7 JQ Next to^bodfellow & Co., (AcrnoxrEtt.-*). Bong Bong-st., Itonral le'ttrn proir.pily nitenilftil lo. Adverfifli'M in t\i-* p«j-*r x*e gaarAtit.4-f-il k j-rcc'aiir.u t-ir*H- Pfnwi b-*im than thai of h- r c*:hpr piper prfoU-d nr |.uhli^be-i in the t'-i-'r.m-. (jutt-Jct. Better because the eirco t'lGD id di^ribi.t^il through every tuwo and »-..;,.?*« in He Ucrriui* distrirt W\\ BUILDING,! I THE ABBOTT BUGGY ', COMPANY Av HAVE much pleasure in announ cing thnt tUpyfehave started...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Funeral of the late Mrs. Alick Osborne. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

Funeral of the late Mrs. Aliek Osborne. Then-malns*,f Mrs. Alick Osborcc were interred ou I'rlday lut between iho gravel of her huvbanrl and eldest son in the family ~p!ol within the burial ground attached to the Church of England lit Bong Bong. The early hour of eleven iu the morolng did not prevent a large an.) representative gathering of the deceased la ly's tenantry from Kang aroo Valley and the mill more distant estate at Kiama being prevent. All the members of the family were assembled at the grave tide with the eiceptiou of Mr. F. OsOorne, who is the last to remain in South Africa of the four ions who served their King and conntry in tbe lloer war. The mournera present were Mr. Ilarcy Oaborue (the eldest surviving son), Messrs. Alick, SeptimuB, : Jack and Duncan Osboroe (younger Bona), MiuOaborne, Bwdamoj Olivey and Fos bery (married daughters), Dr. Olivey and Mr. Kosbery (sons-in-law), Mrs. Charles Osborne (daughter-in-law), Messrs. Throaby and N. Throsby (brothoro), Messrs....

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

p^ lowral Electorate IP- . — I^ELLOTCJILECTOlia, .,. ? ?*/ * desire to ariDounco f' that I shJT be a Candidate for the ?V!:. Bowral EnSBNito t^the ensuing ? :? General Electfa^^^ I truBtJ^dft my past conduct as yourUdmber has met /dth approval to the extpiT that tf may hope to , ? receive i-tJievi of vour oonfidence t on this occsikm. ^ ?;? V ,| Yours faithfully, ' . WILLIAM M'OOURT. Brnima, June, 1901. I Kiaiiiii Electorate. I RpflHTS^T DIVISION -&.-.' ALEajJ?hIui DiiiLL ?;:;'~ \Vil^addreai the Electors of K. WIWHIB ME4JJftW, ; Tneaday^ty at 8 p m - K ANG ALOON ife&L : Wednesday,_19tfa^t 8 p m. RANQAL00&hW(3t, Monday, 24th, at 8 pm. BURRAWANG, Tuesday, 35th, at 8 p.m. Ji _;- ? i. ? : ? ?+-— ? '^TsylofBroa., Top of the hill, Bow Vilii. Th THE SUPREME OO0RT O* NBW I SOUTH WALES, Probst* JuristllcUon. - -th. WlUof FRANCIS WELCTORD, 1st o! Rlnnlde, (uk 8elangor (o the St e of.SeUngor, Eldentad MaT»y. itatn. tn of Bownl, in {A. SUM of Net Sooth - W lei,Coraaicnww...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Bowral Superior Public School Water Supply. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

Bowral Snperior Public Schotl Water Supply. To THE EOITOB. Mr,— On a short visit to your town I was interested in some letters in your piper on the above enSject And opon raiding the full inquiry aaked f -ir by tbe head-maiter of the schoul. I can only come to once in clusion, vit., that all these letters written utjout, tno impurity oi tne scnool drinking water are a myth, and without any found*, lion. In my opinion Mr. Oxley ought ti give in, and not egvin take up tie suud he has done, until he is sure of what he is mik ing about, as a mst*.er of this kind tends to take away visitors from coming amongst you, and be from his standpoint endeavors to trace the cases of typhoid from the lm pnre school water where none exlateJ. M r. Oxley. at an alderman of the town, by dning his duty, must look elsewhere for the seat of the disease, snd not at- the pnb'ic school water. Mr. Oxley may wish to gain fame, and make himself far and wi le knoxn as a philanthropist, but by following the groun...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

?SANTEB ft PONS' EU0ALYPTI EX. TRACT.— Under tho distinguished patron age of his Majesty the King of Italy, u per communication made by the Minuter for Foreicn Affairs, through the Coasul-QenBral for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 187 J. Awarded diploma at tbe Amsterdam Eihi bitian, 183:!. Acknowleged by Medioal Clinics aid Universities all over the Qlobo. There are imitations 'of Eucalypti Ex tract in the market, product* of simple dis tillation, forming orude,. resuwps oils. I» order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure' Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the Medical Division of tbe Prussian Government to be of per fectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to cs through tbe Consul at Mel bourne, March 2, 1878, we state :— It is proved by tests male by the Medical Clinics of the Dniversltios of Bonn and Qriefswald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr. Schnltz, Professoral^harmaooim at Bonn, and rYofessornjrv .Mossier, Dlnotor of the Medical Clinics...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Batter Industry. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

The Butter Industry. To the Editor. SlB,— It ia a healthy lign to see that there ii at least one ia the Robertson district who is not frightened to pub lish his opinions on the subject ot the insurrection fomented in the neighbor hood of the Blow-hole sgainet tbe Government in general, and Mr. O'Callaghun in partieulur, for his acieatiCo revelations in connection with the cause that brought about a certain fishy flavor in the U.S.W. butter exported to the world's market. Too gentlemen speakers at the Kiama mteting should pay lea .attention to the confidence man travelling through t th« dairying districts, who are Almost I bs numerous as tea agent?, and wlio doie tbs simple dairymen with a sort ot soothing syrap, nod in many in atances with what is known in Irelucd as thn microbe destroying Quid, bat the tonic of truth they serer intro duce. Mr. Ales. Campbell, II. P., ?poke on the subject, and Mr. D. C. Pryce wrote on it, hut what use is their judgment, imagination, or eren conscien...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

Establlsliel 18T8. J. G. IJPttlUS & C-K ? Gerjpral^fcuctioneers, lout, LaldrtlBfiSjsi Agents, Valuators. Dehtt CoXte/ldfr Eitates Managed AGENTS ttiSfS— Cfonial Mutual LK. Aunnnoe Sooist/; A]UIR\ Mutual Fire Insurance Co.U*ictojrn WictdBaur&oce Co. The AuatralaQpHcandeacent Gailight Co Goodi receive.] at our Central vooma for Private or Auction Sale. An Attractive Ll«*. o[ Fretliolil Frnprrtlei for 8»le.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

SHIRLEY'S ^M JPftili® RELIABLE jE. INCREASED . H^Y fxO - f-'^M (CORNER BRIDGE AND PITT STREETS). Manurei/fo^ pbtatoes, Orchards, VUjfes, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Cereals, weite for circu- Sorghum, PIanters*!ii§iHend, 'furnips, Top Dressing, Hay lau just issued. Melons, Pastures, ijfewers, Lawns, etc, etc. Superphosphates, Booednst, Phosphate, pod, Potash, Ammonia, Kainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY &CO,'S SUPERPHOSPHATE jf^TI USERS are diffused in all directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land they cai^^readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANTS jgf|||sAT FIRST,, providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nouns tfme&l?|pr a fully-developed crop. MAFEKINO DINING ROOMS.*1| Mrs. o. aorosmsra^l Having taken over the Business recently carried en by '?'-?.? 1 ^^^-?--:^t{. a.' buattub; '' r:;. T'f ' ' ^ ; HAS HEMOV^ffTOMORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES Opposite Rutherford's, Bong Bong-st, Bowral j Cheapest and^tfSlFH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

For CliiWrW« Hacking Cough at night p'ppdk'.Orcit Peppermint Com. isod, : »Wi;hv'.';'-''Sj''-.:^^. ?'?'-'.. ...' ? -?:- ~ ?

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

At the Bar 11 medioinfi was ths- paid ftoXnfeyV'' May Apple,' whaaKuring tbe JfeoA, Tariff Da »te in thejgwZeaUnd 'huament, Mem Mrs xL*-R* MHTJnippoul^^^tiie /House tb theefficaoy of this /great remedy. It is probably the first lime , that* patent tnedl olue °aSjtb«^J^SjBUk|^aU|ised in any AnChemUts^and ajjfes »tock it. A guaranteed Core for all Uver disorders. * Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hosiery, Hats, and all Seasonable Drapery at Rutherford's, )owral. ' - '

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINGECARRIBEE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

tTINGECA.RRI1.ee NOTES. Br' Daisy Chatne ' Ths BnrMWang School of Arts social, re ported in a recent issue of our paper, was the best function given there for some time, so I thonght. Mr. Johnston Bernie appeared to be one of the moat symmetrical and genial Ms.C. out of the doien who good-naturedly give their services on suoh occasions. There is a matter about which I urn in dead earnest, and Jane and I think the management ought to rectify it My friend and I, on' tbe night in question, wished to post some letters which we had forgaten in the exoitementof tbe moment, but we found the exit crowded with a parcel of boys. Tbry stood stolidly in the doorway, and we had to foroe our way through them. It was very unpleasant, and we could not see why, when we had paid for our tiokels, we thouid not have free ingress and egress at the hall, or why horrid bovs. who had no Intention of patronising the affair, should be tolerated in the porch to the inconvenience ot the (- paid guests.' ' What...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Police Court. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

Bowral Police Conrt INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. At the above ooort on Fr'ulay list, before Messrs. Caswell, P.M., and A. Stephens snd W. Alcorn, Ja.P., John Weeks was charged with insulting behaviour towards Kate Blffcn. He pleaSed nc- guilty. Kate Biffen etated that on 3rd June she was pusing tne urano Hole', Hotrrai, when defendant called out to her ' Pretty Joey, Katie,' and ianghed and sneered at hrr. She was only a lew yards away from him at tbe time. It was not the first time he had insulted her In the street. By defendant : She would swear that it was defendant who-nsedtbe n-onls, as she looked straight into his face and saw him speaking, and shs know bis voice. Elizabeth Biffon (mother nf ihe previous witness) gave simitar 'evidence ; she was with her daughter' at the time, and heard the remarks njediy. defer, inn ; he was always tormenting tne'child. [Senior-Const. Gallagher here mentioned that ths above kind .of thing -n giving tho police no end of trouble.- : It r h a common occ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Typhoid at the Hospital. EFFICIENCY OF THE NURSING STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

Typhoid *t tie Hospital. EFF1CIENC1' OP THE NURSING 8TAPF. In bis monthly report to the committee of theB. D. Cottage S&pital, Dr. Vallaok mentioned- that in' Mew of the current opinion that there had been more typhoid io Bowral this year -than previously, he might state that, this year three bona-fide . residents of Bowral had been admitted into the hospital with typioid, all being dis charged cured. Xi»st 'yc»r flv6 wcre '^ mitted and one dhrf; It was, perhapi, worth notloiog that:no vases ooonrred in the town until soms tim» afUr the anlstant in fpectorofnnUanoas WASdischsrjbd, though preriooJftVe mootHsej January «od Fab jr nary ^^i^^^Urtm^^. « mon^D w uuui bu,siiiuuh was QnilQ jnsum cient to drmw any -iffisSrile oonoloslonlrom. Dr. Vallaok, ^HiWforl, called atten tion to the aamifiiae|Sipr«y and cheerful ness shown by the 'MflbkB stsff during an ciceptaoBUly irrlnfcyme, and especially to the high KeneraVTwmllenoe of the wort done by the niatrfcif Sflrtag that period. On...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

Football A well-contested mttcb was played at Bowral on Siturday between tbe local olub and Myra'Vals. Theg«me wss disappoint ing so far as an exhibition of football was conoerned, and apart from it being-a de termlneily contested struggle, it was un interesting. A remarkable feiture abont it was that two goals were, registered that wore not goals. According; to the umpire's d*ouioo tae matoli romilted in a viotory for Bowral by 7 points to 3. The matrh was late in commencing, owing to the dou't-wint-to play tired sort of feel ing of some of the Bowral.players, wlm kepi the visitors wailing for a considerable time, much to the disgust of the spectators. Myra Vale had a fine team of strapping young follows iu ihc fiUd, who, it was gonorally admitted, if propiirly ooauhed would tike a . lot of wining out iu the oompotitioo. Dowral played with fonrteen tnen, and had a deal of misfortune dnrlng the gime. Shortly after commencing Matohen got his log hurt and was of little service ; Dr. V...

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B. D. Cottage [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

T-v-M&,mjU---:--- wmmmmt BtanleV Wilkinson, Dr. V,Uuk; Messrs C. W. Mahdw.-*. Stephens, B. a .Maoken lie, H. B. Wiokham. aud,F.;B, Kyngdon (boo. '»«.). Apoloj iea were rebelved for the absence of Rev. M. Uaddem and Dr. 8t«vensoa.' - ';? - '.' OOaBESPOyDEKOE.^'1 w A letter was received from the Postal and Telegraph Department, in reply to -a oom niunioation from tbe sccrfUryjataUng that the department was preparsd-to' bonneot the Ulephone from J. G. Moiris'leBioe with the railway station bo as, tb^bave direot oommonicatton with the hos^tatin case of patients arriving by train. : TMs wonld re qnireths payment of £1 a-fi'uaijy. The letter also stated that it woul£j-s*eos*i»ry to obtain the couseDt of Ibe^fOonirnlssionBr «o that the telephone could Wplioed it the station.— It was deoided te'jrflte for. the .neoeuary .consent. ? .(^av '.- : ' ... Tho'matrnn reported lhat the *etarn M naU«t.4!nw the last meeiiagm^'fol ows: Semalnlng In wardsTSS^idmitted : slno»j 10i dlsohargad, 8;...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

IN MB MORI AM, ?fr- i SB ATHER-— Infcad but loving omem irance of ourKear sitter 11 »r Jane, who ed Jnne 1811899, at her re irlence, Mitt ong, ag* 28 fears. s ' iro ynnhMSj^Eaied to day, uow.jB^^rmemner well j e stood beside her dying bed To bid a long farewell. 1 tbe bright aad golden region With Its pealy gatts io fair, be is ringing fith the argela ; I There is tw * for Mary there,' Inse ed by her loving brother anil siterin law, i. and M. Oboho. The Southern Mail TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1901.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 18 June 1901

Federal Bioscopes Concert 1:0. The »bov« company will make itsfi-et appearance in Bowral on Thursday night next in the Schoal of Arts. The press In ? towns in which th« company has played [.peak in- glowing terms of the entertain, ment. We are alio Informed by tne n1'' ager that be has reoently added s, number ofnew films to Jready Ur«e itook, *hioh measures thousands upon thousands of fott. It includes war pictures, street aoenes, Svdnev fire brigade taming, out, *c. In order to be up to date the company Jas lu.t added, which will oeehown for the first time in country towns, plotores of the Queen's funeral passing thronsh Hyde fart, the arrival of tbe goo -aHi«Ke. 4rmwn by falnejackete at.St. Georje'e Ohapel, »« ttjy ooffin being carried into ohapd. There will also be Aown theVKtoj. tbe^ Btpptror : of Germany, the-,-©*? rf ?°»'SS^ the kings of Greece. Mginm, «'*»«&J»V thx Crown Prinoe WBuntow* .^g^J: witch ^ ioWowing -their iepwb^lgu woman to jMTUitwstiiig.' J-l»o«. ?,*»!*«...

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